Noticeboard

  • Grown Ups get your fingers dirty!

    Published on 19 March 2018

    Church Hill parents and carers are all invited to come and Play with Clay today, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday this week between 10am and 5.30pm.

  • World Book Day at Church Hill

    Published on 12 March 2018

    On Wednesday 21st March please dress up as your favourite book character and buy a book to take home

  • Spring Clean Friday 16th March

    Published on 5 March 2018

    We'd like grown ups to help us clean up the nursery, garden and local area

  • Church Hill back to normal!

    Published on 5 March 2018

    The snow has gone, the water is back on - See you at Church Hill as usual! Hope you managed to enjoy the snow day.

  • Looking for the Apprentice

    Published on 26 February 2018

    We are looking to recruit a motivated, ambitious and responsible individual to join our outstanding Nursery School as an Apprentice.

  • Christmas fundraiser

    Published on 8 January 2018

    Thank you to Nina, Simra’s mum who baked this beautiful cake for our Christmas raffle.

  • Mud Chefs required

    Published on 28 November 2017

    Our mud kitchen is getting going, but we are looking for experts in the creation of mud pies, earth cakes and dirt puddings. If your family has any 2, 3 or 4 year olds who can help, please encourage them to bake!

  • £70 raised at Macmillan Coffee Morning

    Published on 10 October 2017

    Thanks to everyone who contributed cake, cash and company.

  • Parents and carers need to settle in too!

    Published on 11 September 2017

    We hope that all the new children are settling in well. To help parents and carers settle in, we are looking for a couple of talkative grown ups to organise a tea/coffee morning/afternoon.

  • Spring Fair success

    Published on 22 May 2017

    Our Spring Fair on Saturday was a huge success. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped run all the stalls, and to all the families who donated prizes, bric-a-brac and who baked cakes.

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